Characteristics, distribution and persistence of thin layers over a 48 hour period

@article{McManus2003CharacteristicsDA,
  title={Characteristics, distribution and persistence of thin layers over a 48 hour period},
  author={M. McManus and A. Alldredge and A. Barnard and E. Boss and J. Case and T. Cowles and P. Donaghay and L. Eisner and D. Gifford and C. Greenlaw and C. Herren and D. Holliday and D. W. Johnson and S. MacIntyre and D. McGehee and T. Osborn and M. Perry and R. Pieper and J. Rines and D. Smith and J. Sullivan and M. Talbot and M. Twardowski and A. Weidemann and J. Zaneveld},
  journal={Marine Ecology Progress Series},
  year={2003},
  volume={261},
  pages={1-19}
}
The biological and physical processes contributing to planktonic thin layer dynamics were examined in a multidisciplinary study conducted in East Sound, Washington, USA between June 10 and June 25, 1998. The temporal and spatial scales characteristic of thin layers were determined using a nested sampling strategy utilizing 4 major types of platforms: (1) an array of 3 moored acoustical instrument packages and 2 moored optical instrument packages that recorded distributions and inten- sities of… Expand

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